2014-12-05 21:33:54 UTC
keeps getting notices from Comcast about file piracy, and he also wants to
turn the tables faster. Currently there is nothing restricting use of their
After looking at several web pages I came up with Antamedia. It's a server
requiring two network cards, one that goes to the ISP and the other that
goes to the local router/access point.
However, I have now tried on two machines, XP and Vista to get the thing to
work and I keep getting error messages about restarting "one of your
machines" (there is only one involved) or disabling and enabling network
cards, which I've done over and over. I've set up one card for network
sharing as the manual says, and it still doesn't work.
Does anybody here have any insight into these kinds of troubles?
OR can anybody recommend some kind of wi-fi regulating software? A lot of
the stuff that is being sold is mislabeled as being suitable for cafes, when
it actually is two-part software, a server module and a client module that
must be installed on the customer's computer. I'm guessing that they assume
that the server will be talking to desktop computers installed in the cafe,
not people's notebooks and tablets.
Ideas anyone? Please, no snark.
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